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Movies & TV - April 23, 2014
Murrow Awards recognize best work at area TV and radio stations
The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) released the list of the 2014 regional winners in the annual Murrow Awards.
Movies & TV - April 18, 2014
Scatterbrains podcast: Chauntelle Tibbals, Ph.D.
For the second episode of the Scatterbrains Podcast, besides promising to stop talking in the third person (seriously, no clue) I bring to you, the people, Chauntelle Tibbals, Ph.D. Or, as everyone else knows her, "Dr. Chauntelle." Besides being a kickass brunch companion, her sociological research on the adult entertainment industry is significant to our ever-changing culture. Yet is highly underrated, degraded, and unfunded.
Milwaukee Buzz - April 17, 2014
Jacobina Rautenberg: The lush that made Milwaukee famous
Jacobina Rautenberg's repeated arrests for public drunkenness from the late 1890s up to her death in 1935 made headlines and, consequently, her first name became as familiar in its own right around town as Pabst, Miller and Schlitz.
Arts & Entertainment - April 12, 2014
Chamber's "Lend Me a Tenor" needs a higher interest rate
Everybody wants Tito Morelli except his wife, and she's ambivalent about the whole thing. It's those burning desires from six wacky characters that are at the heart of "Lend Me a Tenor," the Ken Ludwig chestnut that opened at Milwaukee Chamber Theatre Friday night and runs through April 27.
Arts & Entertainment - April 7, 2014
"Mr. Marmalade" is a troublesome proposition for Splinter Group
In a way, the theory behind "Mr. Marmalade" is admirable. Take Lucy - a 4-year-old with an imaginary friend - and give her a whole bunch of experiences that are more suited to adults on massive drug cocktails than to a child, no matter how precocious. Unfortunately, the show itself - which runs through April 19 - is just too much of a one trick pony.

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Living - April 19, 2011
Reader blog A Loan For Sex

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No Strings Attached
In this comedy, Emma and Adam are life-long friends who a...
Sex and the City
Theatrical version of the television series based on Cand...
Sex Drive
Eighteen-year-old Ian Lafferty sets out on a cross countr...
Deception
"Are you free tonight?" A simple enough questio...
Pirate Radio
"Pirate Radio" is the high-spirited story of ho...